Halfway gone .

F/W 2010-2011 collection
Paris Fashion Week

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Ain't Jean Paul Gaultier a genius ,  revamping Hermès from a very classic-based label to a modern with visible classic staples label ?
Masculine yet powerful in a womanly way , inspired by the anglophilia . 
The collection tends to transport the viewers from a modern world that emphasizes on minimalism to a world filled with Canary wharf's bankers' attire and Saville Row's tailoring . Still , there's a sense of equestrian chic here and there . As always , Gaultier managed to swing up a pretty effective demonstration of classic Hermès values.

But the fringed mohair blankets arranged in tiers, as evening skirts were just wrong . 

signing off , 
xoxo L .